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Weird Error Message

Participant ,
Mar 02, 2018 Mar 02, 2018

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I am setting up a new site and getting this cryptic error message. 500 error

Element NAME is undefined in a Java object of type class coldfusion.runtime.StructBean. The specific sequence of files included or processed is:

I cant get any pages to run. It looks like the session vars aren't getting set. Any idea what this is? Maybe some server settings arent correct?

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Mar 02, 2018 Mar 02, 2018

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I assume that the error message contains a document and line number indicating where the error is happening.  Are you setting up a Bean for anything?  Does the CFAdmin error log give any more information?

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Mar 02, 2018 Mar 02, 2018

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More info.

I am migrating this code from Railo ( I know!!) to CF2016.
Code worked in railo just fine. Cant get it to do the most basic thing on CF server.

I think this may be the problem code.

<cfscript>

                app = application.getApplicationSettings().name;

                sessiontracker = createObject("java","coldfusion.runtime.SessionTracker");

                sessionCollection = sessionTracker.getSessionCollection(app);

            </cfscript>

      <cfloop collection="#sessionCollection#" item="sessionId">

        <cfset thisSession = sessionCollection[sessionId]>

        <cfif not StructIsEmpty(thisSession) and StructKeyExists(thisSession,"USER")>

          <cfif thisSession.USER.ID eq #getUser.WEBUSER_ID#>

            <cfset StructClear(thisSession)>

          </cfif>

        </cfif>

      </cfloop>


Is this CF2016 compliant or does CF need this to be rewritten?

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Mar 02, 2018 Mar 02, 2018

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We're going to need more information than that. I have no idea what code is being run prior to receiving that error.

Dave Watts, Fig Leaf Software

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More info.

I am migrating this code from Railo ( I know!!) to CF2016.
Code worked in railo just fine. Cant get it to do the most basic thing on CF server.

I think this may be the problem code.

<cfscript>

                app = application.getApplicationSettings().name;

                sessiontracker = createObject("java","coldfusion.runtime.SessionTracker");

                sessionCollection = sessionTracker.getSessionCollection(app);

            </cfscript>

      <cfloop collection="#sessionCollection#" item="sessionId">

        <cfset thisSession = sessionCollection[sessionId]>

        <cfif not StructIsEmpty(thisSession) and StructKeyExists(thisSession,"USER")>

          <cfif thisSession.USER.ID eq #getUser.WEBUSER_ID#>

            <cfset StructClear(thisSession)>

          </cfif>

        </cfif>

      </cfloop>


Is this CF2016 compliant or does CF need this to be rewritten?

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